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Declare God's word over your children
We praise you for your love and faithfulness. We thank you for your protection and care over our families. Thank you that you give us the power to love, the wisdom to lead and teach our children. We know you’re for us; that you fight for our families daily. You are Redeemer, Restorer, and Friend, we believe your thought towards us is of good and not of evil. Lord we need your help because some times parenting is tough. Many days we can feel anxious or overwhelmed. We ask that you would make us more like you, more aware of your constant Presence in our lives. Help us to release our children to You, so that You are free to fully accomplish all that You desire, in them, through them. Please fill our families with your truth and cover us with your favor. IN JESUS NAME.
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Imam al-Sadiq (as) transmits the following report from the Prophet of Allah (saw):
(The month of) Rajab is the month of seeking repentance for my community, so increase the seeking of repentance in it for He (Allah) is Forgiving and Merciful. This month is called “al-Rajab al-Asabb” (i.e. the [month of] Rajab in which there is an abundant and excessive outpouring and flow). This is because the mercy of Allah flows on my community (in this month) with abundant exuberance. Therefore dedicate yourselves with increasing intensity to the recitation of the formula:
استغفر الله و اسئله التوبة
Astaghfirullaha wa asʾaluhu al-tawba
(Translation: I seek Allah’s forgiveness and I beseech His repentance).
[An excerpt from Mafātīh Al-Jinān]
We congratulate all our followers around the world upon the arrival of this Spiritual Month! ————————————————————————————
DAY 6 *Declare & Confess* 🌹Prayer of protection over you and your family🌹
We dwell in the shelter of the Most High and
will abide in the shadow of the Almighty.
We will say to the LORD, “My refuge and my fortress,
my God, in whom I trust.”
For he will deliver us from the snare of the fowler
and from the deadly pestilence.
He will cover us with his pinions,
and under his wings we will find refuge;
his faithfulness is a shield and buckler.
We will not fear the terror of the night,
nor the arrow that flies by day,
nor the pestilence that stalks in darkness,
nor the destruction that wastes at noonday.
A thousand may fall at our side,
ten thousand at our right hand,
but it will not come near us.
We will only look with our eyes and see the recompense of the wicked.
Because we have made the LORD our dwelling place—
the Most High, who is our refuge—
no evil shall be allowed to befall us,
no plague shall come near our tent.
For He will command his angels concerning us
to guard us in all our ways.
On their hands they will bear us up,
lest we strike our foot against a stone.
We will tread on the lion and the adder;
the young lion and the serpent we will trample underfoot. “Because he holds fast to me in love, I will deliver him;
I will protect him, because he knows my name.
When he calls to me, I will answer him;
I will be with him in trouble;
I will rescue him and honor him.
With long life I will satisfy him
and show him my salvation.” ♡
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By Lara K. Mfon
LORD, MAKE ME A RIGHTEOUS PERSON
READ: Matthew 1:16;18-21
Joseph her husband to be, was a righteous man. (Matthew 1:19)
Joseph the husband of Mary is described as a righteous person. What really set him out as a righteous person? He was a humble man. A humble person submits to God in all things and doesn’t assume too much. Again, he was prayerful. He loved prayer and lived a life of prayer. It is not possible to be righteous without being prayerful. Not only that, Joseph was compassionate and forgiving. God takes over a person's life such that that person thinks and behaves like God. Added to this, Joseph was incorruptible. He was clean and wouldn’t want to soil his hands. A child of God does not run with the crowd to commit sin (Ex 23:2). Another side of Joseph’s life is that of faithfulness. He took God at His word. He was also patient. Pray that these attributes may also reflect in your own life.
1. Father, I beg for Your forgiveness upon me for all my past and present sins. Lord, cleanse me with Your blood, in Jesus name.
2. Jesus, You said I should be holy as my heavenly Father is holy. I need the grace of holiness.
3. Lord, in the days of Isaiah, You said to the Israelites that they should wash and make themselves clean. I believe You are addressing me. I wash myself with the blood of Jesus Christ. Father, wash my spiritual garment. Wash my heart. Wash my brain and heart. Wash my past life, my present life and my future life.
4. Lord, You said I should stop doing wrong. The grace to stop doing wrong comes from You Father. Give me grace, Lord. I need to stop doing wrong because sin is a reproach to any nation. Father, prevent disaster from coming my way as a result of my evil deeds. Disconnect me from all my sins, Lord.
5. Father, give me the grace You bestowed upon Joseph, so that I can become a righteous person. Amen.
6. Lord, purge me of every passion of sin fired into my blood. Delete from my life every ungodly appetite. Lord, remove from me the hunger and desire for bad things. Give me the hunger and desire for good things. Amen.
HAPPY MEGA BIRTHDAY. Her Royal Majesty Queen Esther Boma Hayford Banigo. 🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹The wife of my youth, ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️my world best gift, 💋💋💋💋💋💋My trophy till eternity😇 & my strength in weakness 💪💪💪💪💪I will forever celebrate the awesomeness of your existence, the significance of your birth to me & our son. You're just our best. We love you more than words can say. happy birthday #Queen of my heart #My soulmate #My world best gift #Prayer Machine. ✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️💋❤️🌹
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The Bible says we should make our needs known to God, and He will provide everything we need: "I will answer them before they even call to me. While they are still talking about their needs, I will go ahead and answer their prayers!" - Isaiah 65:24
But God doesn't just want to hear about our needs. Prayer isn't a 5 min prayer request we do in the morning. Prayer is a conversation we have with God. We talk to Him about anything and everything, and He answers: "My heart has heard you say, 'Come and talk with me.' And my heart responds, 'Lord, I am coming.'" - Psalm 27:8
Prayer is a confirmation of a relationship we have with God. He wants to hear from you, and He wants to respond
How well are you engaging the Word of God?
The Bible is replete with powerful promises and
assurances of faith and the good thing is that
we are all entitled to these promises (Galatians 3:14, Exodus 23:25-26, Deuteronomy 28:1-14). #VictoryCapsule#Prayer#TakeCharge#ElevationNG
"Let nothing disturb you, let nothing frighten you, all things are passing away. God never changes." - St Teresa of Avila
The two weeks of Passiontide begin today, the first week being known as “Passion Week,” and the second week being known as “Holy Week.” This day – Passion Sunday – memorializes the increasing antipathy against Christ from the world which would not accept Him.
Today, statues and sacred images (except for the Stations of the Cross) are veiled with purple cloth beginning at the Vespers of Passion Sunday, and they remain covered until the Gloria of Holy Saturday, at which point Lent ends and Eastertide begins. Catholics cover statues and icons, etc., in their homes for the same time period.
The custom of veiling the images during the last two weeks of Lent hails from the traditional Roman liturgical calendar in which the Passion was read on the Fifth Sunday of Lent (hence called “Passion Sunday”) as well as on Palm Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Holy Week, and Good Friday.
For this reason the period following the Fifth Sunday of Lent is called 'Passiontide'. A remnant of this custom is the obligatory use of the first Preface of the Lord’s Passion during the Fifth Week of Lent.
O, how we cling to earthly things! We do not even wish to devote one hour exclusively to God! Even during the Divine, most heavenly Liturgy we allow ourselves to think and dream of earthly things, and fill our souls with images and desires for earthly things, sometimes—alas!—even with impure images; when we ought to be praying ardently, to be assiduously meditating upon this great mystery, to be repenting of our sins, longing and praying to be cleansed, sanctified, enlightened, renewed, and strengthened in the Christian life, and in the fulfillment of Christ’s commandments; when we ought to be praying for the living and dead; for the Liturgy is a sacrifice of propitiation, thanksgiving, praise, and prayer. Great is the Liturgy! In it remembrance is made, not of the life of any great man, but that of God Incarnate, Who suffered and died for us, Who rose again, ascended into heaven, and Who shall come again to judge the whole world! - St. John of Kronstadt